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Table of Contents 



Foreword 



Campus 



Faculty 



Classes 



Organizations 



Sports 



Personalities 



Student Life 



Foreword 



The real memories of this year lie not so much in these 
pages as in our minds. So, we present the year silhouetted, 
that it may not become shadowy with time. 



Dedication 



TO DR. WILLIAM CARRINGTON FINCH 

President of Southwestern University 

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MARTHA BEA MITTEN, 

Dean of Women 

A.B., M.A., Southern Methodist University 






MYRON F. WICKE, 

Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 

A.B., Baldwin-Wallace; 

A.M., Ph.D, Western R.eserve University 





JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 
Dean of the School of Fine Arts 
B.F.A., M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; 
Graduate study, Northwestern University 



School of Arts and Sciences 



DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIES 



Foreign Languages 




DENES MONOSTORY 
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 
A.B., St. Olaf College, M.A. and Graduate 
study, University of Texas 




J. HAMILTON McCOY 

Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 

A.B., Drury College; A.M., University of 

Nebraska; Graduate study, Columbia 

University 




ELIZABETH PLATT BEAVER 

Instructor of Foreign Languages (part time) 

A.B., A.M., Southwestern University 





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JOHN CARLISLE SMITH, JR. 
Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 
A.B., Southern Methodist University; 
M.A., University of Texas 



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English 




FREDERICK BURR CLIFFORD 

Professor and Head of the Dept. of English 

A.B., Northern Michigan College; 

B.D., Oberlin Graduate School of Theology; 

A.M., and Ph.D., University of Michigan 




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MYRON F. WICKE 

Professor of English; Acting Head, Dept. of 

Foreign Language 

A.B., Baldwin-Wallace; A.M., Ph.D., Western Reserve 

University 




ROY EARL TEELE 

Associate Professor of English 

A.B., Cornell College; M.A., Ph.D. 

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RUTH MORAN FERGUSON 

Professor of English 

A.B., A.M., Southwestern University 

Graduate study, University of Chicago and 

Columbia University 



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English 





JANE BROWN McCOOK 
Instructor in English (part time) 
B.A., A.M., Southwestern University 



Religion and Philosophy 



ELIZABETH GENTRY HAYES 
Assistant Professor of English 
A.B., San Jose State College 
A.M., Graduate study, Stanford University 




EDMUND HOWARD STEELMAN 

Head of the Dept. of Religion and 

Philosophy; Chairman of the Division of 

Humanities 

Th.B., Eastern Baptist Seminary; B.S. in Ed., 

Teachers College, Temple University; 

S.T.B., S.T.M., and S.T.D., Temple School of 

Theology 




JOHN NELSON RUSSELL SCORE, II 
Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy 
A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., Garrett Bibical 
Institute; Graduate study, Duke University 



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Religion and Philosophy 




JOHN VERNON BERGLUND 

Associate Professor of Religion and 

Philosophy; 

A.B., B.D., A.M., Southern Methodist 

University; Graduate study, Columbia 

University 





HARVEY D. WATTS 

Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy; 

A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., A.M., Southern 

Methodist University; Graduate study, University of 

Chicago 






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NORMAN WOODS SPELLMAN 

Assistant Professor of Religion and 

Philosophy 

A.B., Southwestern University; B.D., 

S.M.U.; Graduate study, Yale University 



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DIVISION OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES 



Economics and Business Administration 



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LUDWIG HERMAN MERZBACH 
Associate Professor and Head of the Dept. 
of Economics and Business Admin. Doctor 
of Economics and Political Science, Univer- 
sity of Berlin. 



ELIZABETH RILEY LUNDBLAD 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Admin. 

B.S., East Texas State College; A.M. Texas Christian Univ. 

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BEN RAY COPELAND 

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Admin. 
B.B.A., Southern Methodist Univ.; M.B.A., North Texas 
State College; C.P.A., The State of Texas 



OSCAR ALVIN ULLRICH 

Professor and Head of the Dept. of Psychology 

A.B., A.M., and Ph.D., University of Texas 



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Education 




JUDSON SAMUEL CUSTER 

Professor and Head of the Dept. 

of Education; Director of Testing 

and Counseling. B.M., M.M. North 

Texas State College; Ed.D., University of 

Texas 




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THOMAS P. JONES 
Associate Professor of Education 
B.S., Sam Houston State College; 
M.Ed., Ph.D., University of Texas 




SARAH S. ZAJICEK 

Associate Professor of Education 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., University of Texas 

Home Economics 




IRENE WHITESIDE DEUPREE 

Associate Professor and Head of the Dept. 

of Home Economics 

A.'M., Texas Women's University, 

B.S., North Texas State College; 

Graduate study, University of Texas. 



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History Government 
Sociology 



GEORGE C. HESTER 

Professor and Head of the Depf. of History and 
Government: A.B., North Texas State College; 
A.M., Colorado State College of Education; 
Graduate study, University of Colorado; 
LLD., Oklahoma City University 




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FRANK EDWARD LUKSA 

Professor and Head of the Dept. of Sociology 
A.B., Univ. of Texas; Ph.D., Charles University, 
Prague, Czechoslovakia. 



FREDERICK ERNEST GAUPP 
Professor of History and Government 
Humanistic Gymnasium, Freiburg and 
Koenigsberg; Ph.D., Univ. of Breslau. 





IALPH WOOD JONES 
Associate Professor of History and Government 
B.M., Illinois Wesleyan University; 
M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; 
Ph.D., The University of Texas. 



MARTHA BEA MITTEN 

Assistant Professor of History 

A.B., M.A., Southern Methodist University. 



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Physical Education 




RANDOLPH M. MEDLEY 

Director of Athletics; Associate Professor 

and Head of the Dept. of Physical Education 

and Physical Training. A.B., Missouri 

Wesleyan College; A.M., Southwestern University. 






BETTY PLOWMAN FISBECK 
Teaching Fellow, Physical Education 
B.S., University of Texas. 




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MYRON H. DEES 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 

and Coach 

B.S., Southwestern University; 

M.Ed., University of Texas 




ESTHER MESSICK WEIR 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 
A.B., Lander College; A.M., Northwestern 
University; Graduate study, University of Texas. 



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DIVISION OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES 



Biology 




EB CARL GIRVIN 

Professor and Head of the Dept. of Biology 

A.B., A.M., Ph.D., The University of Texas 



Chemistry 





SHERMAN D. LESESNE 

Professor and Head of the Dept. of Chemistry; 

B.S., Sam Houston State College; 

A.M., Southwestern University; 

Ph.D., University of Texas 



GORDON BLOOMFIELD WOLCOTT 
Professor of Biology and Geology 
B.S., M.S., Ph.D., University of Virginia. 



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JOHN CAMPBELL GODBEY 
Professor of Chemistry 
A.B., A.M., Central College; 
Graduate study, University of Leipzig; 
Sc.D., McMurry College. 




E. W. KEITH 

Instructor in Natural Sciences and Director 

of Laboratories (part time) 

A.B., A.M., The University of Texas. 





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JOHN EARL ROSE 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

B.S., Memphis State University; M.S., Graduate Study, 

University of Mississippi. 



Math P re-Engineering Physics 




MARY ELIZABETH WILCOX 

Associate Professor of Mathematics 
A.B., A.M., Southwestern University; 
Graduate study, University of Texas. 




BOB MARION BROWN 

Professor and Head of Dept. of Physics. 
B.S., Southwestern University; Ph. D., 
Cornell University. 




RALPH MARTIN WHITMORE 

Associate Professor and Head of Dept. of Mathematics 
and General Engineering 

A.B., University of San Antonio; A.M., and Graduate 
study, The University of Texas. 



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School of Fine Arts 



Art 





ROBERT L. LANCASTER 
Associate Professor and Head of 
Department of Art. B.F.A., Univ. of Texas; 
M.A., Univ. of New Mexico. 



JON DONNEL WINK 

Teaching Fellow in Art (part time) 

B.F.A., University of Texas. 



Drama 




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ROLAND ANGUS SPRINGER 

Professor and Head of the Dept. of Speech and 

Drama. A.B., Ozark Wesleyan College; 

A.B., State University of Iowa; 

A.M., Northwestern University; 

Ph.D., New York University. 




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CHARLES GAYLE TAYLOR 

Assistant Professor of Speech and Drama 

B.F.A., M.F.A., University of Texas. 



Music 





JOHN DAVID RICHARDS 
Professor and Head of the Dept. of Music 
Education. B.F.A., M.M.Ed., Univ. of Oklahoma; 
Graduate study, Northwestern University. 




RALPH WOOD JONES 
Assistant Professor in Dept. of Music. 
B.M., Illinois Wesleyan University; 
M.M.Ed., University of Oklahoma; 
Ph.D., The University of Texas. 




IOLA BOWDEN CHAMBERS 

Associate Professor of Piano and 

Music Theory. 

B.F.A., in Music, A.B., Southwestern 

University; M. Music and Graduate study, 

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. 



THOMAS CLAIRE DOUGLASS 
Professor and Head of the Dept. of String 
Instruments and Conductor of Sinfonietta 
B.Mus., M.Mus., Illinois Wesleyan University, 
Graduate study, University of Southern Calif, 
and University of Illinois. 



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Music (con t.) 




HENRY EDWIN MEYER 
Professor and Head of the Depf. of Piano. 
A.B., Southwestern University; B.M., B.S., 
Ithaca College; A.M., Southwest Texas State 
College; Mus.D., Southern School of Fine Arts. 




R. COCHRANE PENICK 
Associate Professor and Head of the Dept. of 
Organ and Sacred Music. A.B., The University 
of Texas; Sac. Mus.M., Union Theological Seminary. 




GEORGE E. NELSON 
Director of the Band; Assistant 
Professor of Instrumental Music Education. 
B.M.Ed., Southwestern University; 
B.Mus., The University of Texas. 




WENDELL LINCOLN OSBORN 
Associate Professor and Head of the 
Department of Voice. 
B.M., in Voice, Depauiv University; 
M.Mus., in Voice; Chicago Musical 
College; Grauduate study, Cincinnati 
University of Music. 



Administration Officials 




PEARL ALMA NEAS 
Registrar 




MARJORIE BEECH 
Assistant to the President 




MARY ELIZABETH FOX, A.B., B.S., M.A. 
Director of Publicity and 
The Ex-students' Association. 




HOWARD A. LONG, A.B., S.T.B. 
Director of Admissions 




BASIL PHILLIPS, B.B.A. 
Auditor 




RICHARD W. BLEVINS, B.B.A. 
Director of the Bishops Memorial 
Union 



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Dormatory Officials 




MRS. SWITZER, MRS. LUCILE LOVENTHAL, 

MRS. LILLIAN WHITE, LAURA KUYKENDALL HALL 




MR. AND MRS. FRANK WIGGINS, 
Director's Mood Hall 




MRS. HILL, 
Sneed House 



Campus Engineer 




FLOYD B. LACKEY 
Campus Engineer 



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Dieticians 



Nurses 





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EDITH ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 

Dietitian and Supervisor of the University Commons 

Ophie Coon, Assistant 



BONNIE E. KIRBY 

University Nurse 

R.N., St. Paul's Hospital, Dallas, Texas 




Librarians 



MRS. JEAN SEXTON 
Assistant Nurse, L.V.N. 





MILDRED QUILLIN GERVASI, B.S., M.A. 
Head Librarian 



MARY COX, B.A. 
Assistant Librarian 



AGNES E. LUECKE, B.S. 
Assistant Librarian 



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Personnel 




SKINNIE HOWARD 
Member of SUB Staff 




GENE SAUL KLEIN 
Assistant Registrar 




MARGUERITE DOLAN 

Secretary to the Vice-President, Finance 




GRACE WALKER 

Secretary, Office of Admissions 




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JOYCE ROSENBUSCH 
Superintendent of Alumnae Records 

MRS. ELEANOR DICKENS 
Publicity 



Personnel (cont.) 




GEORGIA MALONE 

Secretary, College of Arts and Sciences 

JANICE FAUBION, Secretary 

Office of the Vice-President, 

Public Relations and Development 




JANICE FORD 

Secretary to the Registrar 




BETTY KNAUTH, Secretary to the Auditor 
ANNABELLE NOBLES, Accountant 
BEVERLY BRAUN, Clerk 
LOUISE RADER, Cashier 




SALLY MOOD, Secretary 
Office of the President 



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Senior Class 



RONNIE OGDEN 
President of the Senior Class 




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SUSIE HUGHES 

Vice-President of the Senior Class 



PATTIE CLARE 

Secretary of the Senior Class 




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CORNEIL ABELES, Paris; Philosophy 

Independent Asso., Songleader; Blue Key, Pres.; 
Who's Who Amonq Students in American Colleges 
and Universities; Woodrow Wilson and Danforth 
Scholarships Nominee; International Club, Treas.; 
German Club; French Club; M.S.M., Vice-Pres.; 
Kappa Chi; S.C.A. Council; "S" Asso.; Tennis Let- 
terman; Senate, Vice- Pres,; Honor Council; Orien- 
tation leader; A Cappella Choir; Megaphone Per- 
sonality of the Month; Mood Hall Council, Treas. 

CRANDELL ADDINTON, San Antonio; Pre-Law 

Kappa Sigma; Pre-Law Society; "S" Asso.; Varsity 
Basketball and Baseball; Alpha Chi. 

GAYLE AHLGREEN, Taylor; English 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

DANNY BAKER, Harlingen; English 

Freshman Class Pres.; German Club, Pres.; Kappa 
Chi, Pres.; Senate, Second Vice-Pres., Pres.; Blue 
Key; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities; University Council; A 
Cappella Choir 

JAMES L. BAKER, Combes; Chemistry 

Independent Asso., Sports Capt., Intramural Sports; 
German Club; Spanish Club; Mood Hall Council, 
Vice-Pres.; Varsity Track 

JOE K. BAUSCHER, Wichita Falls; 

Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Sec; Senate, Treas.; Men's 
Panhellenic; Inter-fraternity Council 



JOHN RAY BIRKNER, Kingsville; Psychology 

Kappa Sigma, Vice-Pres., Chaplain; A Cappella 
Choir; Senate; German Club; Blue Key; S. C. A. 
Council 



ngleside; Religion 
Transfer Student; 



BARBARA ELAINE BOHMFALK, 
Independent Asso.; Del Mar 
Kappa Chi; Kappa Phi, Sec; German Club; Pi 
Gamma Mu 

NORMAN H. BOUFFFARD, Georgetown; Psychology 
Independent Asso.; German Club; Kappa Chi; 
Mask & Wig 




BILLIE LOU BRYSON, Bertram; History 

Delta Delta Delta, Beauty, Social Chr.; Cheerleader 

HERMAN HERBERT BULMAN, Reagan; 

ROBERTA BYROM, Lytle; 



DORIS CATER, Temple; Elem. Ed. 

Independent Asso.; M.S.M., Publicity Chr.; Mega- 
phone Staff, Art Editor; S.C.A. 

PATTIE CLARE, Fort Worth; English 

Alpha Delta Pi, Registrar, Pledge Trainer; Alpha 
Chi, Pres.; Cardinal Key; Outstanding Sophomore 
Woman Award; University Council; Senate, Inter- 
national Affairs, Commission Chr.; S.C.A., Girls' 
Contact; Sou'wester Staff, Editor; Senior Class 
Sec-Treas.; SCONA Rep.; Selection of Best Teach- 
er Award Committee 

TERECIA ANN CONDER, Killeen; 




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NANCY CONERLY, San Antonio 

Delta Delta Delta, Social Chr., Rush Chr.; Pan- 
hellenic Rep. 

LYMAN COX, Port Arthur; Chemistry 

JOANNE (JODIE) CRAYTON, Dallas; Drama and 
Speech — major 
Independent Asso., Program Chr. Alpha Chi, 
Sec; Mask and Wig, Board of Directors, Treas- 
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DIANE CROWE, Brownsville; Home Ec. 

Independent Asso. vice-president; Womens' Ad- 
visory, Vice-pres. M. S. M.; Chief Coolc and 
Bottle Washer; N. E. A. 

HARRY, CROWE, Brownsville; Religion. 

Independent Asso., Intramurals, Blue Key, Senate 

MARTHA JANE CULWELL, San Antonio; Math. 
Delta Delta Delta Scholarship Chr.; Alpha Chi; 
Spanish Club; Science Society 



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MARJORIE ANN DALCHAU, Pasadena, Music 
Ed. 
Independent Asso.; A Capella Choir; Delta 
Omicron, Director of Musical Activities, Pres., 
Sec, N. E. A.; Freshman Girls' Counselor; MSM 
Sec; Basketball Sweetheart Nominee; Kappa Chi; 
Orchestra 

BARBARA ANN ECK, La Grange; History and 
Sociology 
Phi Mu Pres., Vice-Pres, Treas.; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities; Cardinal 
Key; Pi Gamma Mu, Sec. Treas.; Kappa Phi, 
Pres., Vice-Pres., Chaplain; Women's Advisory, 
Treas.; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Chi; Sou'wester 
Staff; Pi Delta Epsilon Staff; Band; MSM; Fresh- 
man Girls' Counselor SCA Council; W. R. A. 



CLAUDIA FRAZER, Houston; Religion 

Delta Zeta, Parliamentarian, Guard, Press Chr.; 
Megaphone, Special News' Editor, Editor; Pi 
Delta Epsilon, Sec; Mask and Wig; Kappa Chi; 
Orchestra; MSM 

MARION RAY FRERKING, Lake Jackson; Music 
Ed. 
Kappa Sigma, Guard; Intramural Softball; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities; 
University Distinction List; Pre-Law Society; Ori- 
entation Leader; Concert and Lab Band; Orches- 
tra; Ruter Dorm Council 

CAROLE GRAFF, Brownsville; Voice 

Phi Mu, Beauty, Songleader, Panhellenic Dele- 
gate; Kappa Alpha Rose; A Capella Choir; 
Band; Women's Panhellenic, Sec, Interfraternity 
Council, Sec; Delta Omicron, Second Vice-Pres., 
Social Chairman; WRA; Kappa Chi; SCA; 
Cheerleader 



HARRY GRAPPA, Mexico City, Mexico 

International Club; Spanish Club, Vice-Pres., 
/ n Pres.; Megaphone Staff, Cartoonist; Sub Com- 
DU mittee 




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PACE ROLAND GRIFFIN, Lubbock; English 
ependent Asso.; M.S.M.; Kappa Chi; Interna- 
nal Club; French Club; Mask & Wig; Wesley 
yers Chr.; Mood Hall Council 

kNNE HARALSON, Wichita Falls; Secretarial 

Science 

'ependent Asso.; Kappa Phi, Treas.; Band; Or- 

sstra; M.S.M., "Chief Cook and Bottle Washer" 

RY RAY HARRIS, Corpus Christi; Bus. Adm. 
Kappa Alpha, Pledge Master, Social Chairman; 
1'wester Staff; German Club 



N WELDON HARRIS, Austin; Pre-Law 
e-Law Society; Spanish Club 

HENRY, Nacogdoches; English 
;lta Delta Delta, Social Chr., Sec; A Cappella 
loir; Women's Advisory Committee 

HUE, College Station; Drama 

Delta Theta; Mask & Wig, Pres.; University 
uncil; Southwestern Magazine, Art Editor; 
VlOC Nominee; Pi Epsilon Delta 





THOMAS ARTHUR HODGES, Junction; 

ELTON LEON HOMESLEY, Flatonia; Mathematics 
French Club 

ELIZABETH LEE HOWARD, Austin; Elem. Ed. 

Alpha Delta Pi,' Reporter-Historian, Recording 
Secretary; Mask & Wig; Pi Delta Epsilon; N.E.A.; 
Sou'wester Staff, Art Editor, Personalities Editor; 
Megaphone Staff, Social Editor; W.R.A. 



LLOYD CORDER HUFF, West Columbia; Physics- 
Math 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Scholarship Chr., Pledge Master, 
National Convention Delegate; Southwestern Sci- 
ence Society, Reporter; Texas Academy of Science; 
German Club; Intramurals; Science Seminar; Mood 
Hall Council 

SUSIE HUGHES, Houston; Christian Ed. 

Delta Zeta, Vice-Pres.; M.S.M., Program Chr.; 
Kappa Chi, Sec.-Treas.; S.C.A.; Senior Class Vice- 
Pres.; French Club 

JIM JOHNSON, Sulphur Springs; Bus. Adm. 

Kappa Sigma, House Manager, Grand Treas.; In- 
tramural Football 



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JOE JOHNSON, Dallas 
Pi Kappa Alpha 

JULIE ANNE JOHNSON, Houston; Physical Ed. 
Delta Zeta, Vice-Pres., Chaplain, Guard; W.R.A.; 
S.C.A. Council, Y.W.C.A. Delegate; Junior Class 
Sec.-Treas.; Cardinal Key, Treas.; Sou'wester 
Staff 

LOUIS JOHNSON, Chilton 
Kappa Sigma; Varsity Basketball 



TOMMY BARTON JORDAN, Mason; Chemistry 
Economics; Kappa Sigma, Vice-Pres., Alumni Sec- 
retary, Pledge Trainer, House Manager; Varsity 
Track; Intramural Track; German Club 

JON EMIL KASPERICK, Walburg 

HENRY KITZMAN, Pattison 
Varsity Basketball 




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MILDRED LAWLER, Mercedes; English 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres., Corr. Sec, Ritual Chr.; 
German Club; All School Beauty; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 

CARL EUGENE LLOYD, San Antonio; Philosophy 
and History 
Independent Asso.; Negro Fine Arts School, tea- 
cher, Student Chr.; Kappa Chi; S.C.A. ; German 
Club; Mask and Wig 

DON McCAULLEY 



BILL McCLENDON, Houston; Pre-Med. 

Pi Kappa Alpha; Pledge Pres.; Band; South- 
western Science Soc, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Orienta- 
tion Comm. 



CHARLES McCLURE, Killeen 



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DONALD HEMPHILL McDONALD, 
History and Government 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-Pres,; House Manager; 
Pre-Law Society; Spanish Club; Golf 









HARELYN NICHOLS, Huntsville, Alabama; History 
Delta Delta Delta, Activities Chr.; W.R.A., Sec; 
Pi Bamma Mu; Spanish Club; N.E.A.; S.C.A.; 
M.S.M. 

ONNIE OGDEN, Marlin; History 
Kappa Sigma, Vice-Pres.; Senior Class Pres.; Pre- 
Law Society, Pres.; Ruter Dorm Pres.; Blue Key, 
Vice-Pres.; Senate Honor Council; Varsity Basket- 
ball; "S" Asso.; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Colleges and Universities 

felLL OSHER, Brownsville; 
Independent Asso. 



THOMAS JULIAN PARKER, San Antonio; 
Kappa Sigma 

JENNY LYNN PARRIS, Pasadena; 
Delta Zeta 



DUNKEN H. McNITZKY, Lake Jackson; 
Kappa Sigma, Grand Scribe; Orchestra 

MARY LOUISE MEYERS, Tyler; Religion 

Independent Asso., Program Chr., Sec.-Treas.; 

Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities; Cardinal Key, Sec; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon, Historian; M.S.M., Publicity Chr., State Sec; 
S.C.A., Publicity Chr., Social Chr., Treas.; Kappa 
Chi, Vice-Pres.; Honor Council; Sou'wester Staff; 
Orientation Leader 

WILLIAM TODD MIXON, Kirbyville; 



DELBERT MOBERG, Austin; 
Phi Delta Theta; "S" Asso., 
Basketball 



Vice-Pres.; Varsity 



PATRICIA MORROW, Sinton; Elem. Ed. 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Social Chr., Membership Chr., 
Vice-Pres.; N.E.A., Vice-Pres. 

MARGARET MOUNT, Waco; Mathematics 

Delta Delta Delfa, Pres., Scholarship Chr., Treas., 
Beauty; A Cappella Choir; Southwestern Science 
Society, Sec.-Treas.; Women's Advisory Council, 
Pres.; Senate; TISA co-ordinator; Interfraternity 
Council 



PAUL PATRICK, Mineola; 





CHRISTOPHER ALLEN PENICK, Georgetown; 
Mathematics 
Kappa Alpha, Sports Capt.; German Club; Canteri 
bury Club 

DIANE POPE, Hondo; History 

Delta Delta Delta, Marshal, Beauty; Spanish Club,;] 
Treas.; Kappa Sigma, Dream Girl Nominee; All-:] 
Star Basketball team; All-Star Volleyball team; 
W.R.A., Vice-Pres., Basketball Chr. 

ROBERT BLAKE PORTWOOD, Pasadena; 
Kappa Alpha 



BUCK REDDING, Victoria; History & Government 
Kappa Sigma, Pres.; Men's Panhellenic, Pres.; Inter- 
fraternity Council, Pres.; Honor Council; Senate; 
Blue Key; Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities; Golf; Intramurals; A 
Cappella Choir; Mask & Wig; Ruter Dorm Pres.; 
Pre-Law Society, Vice-Pres. 

BUDDY RENICK, Killeen; 

Independent Asso., Program Chr.; German Club; 
Alpha Chi, Treas.; Blue Key; S.C.A., Vice-Pres., 
Pres.; Kappa Chi, Social Chr., Pres.; Honor Council; 
Freshman Class Vice-Pres.; Sophomore Class Pres. 

MARY ROB1NETTE, Odessa; English 

Alpha Delta Pi, Pres,, Vice-Pres., Jr. Exec, Member; 
Women's Advisory, Treas.; Interfraternity Council; 
S.C.A., Girls' Contact; University Council; Cardinal 
Key, Pres.; N.E.A., Vice-Pres.; Mask & Wig; A Cap- 
pella Choir; Senate, Sec; Megaphone, Reporter; 
Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges 
and Universities; Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-Pres. 



DAVID WAYNE SCARCELLA, Temple; Music 

Independent Asso., Songleader; A Cappella Choir 

MARGUERITE ANN SCHAEZLER, San Antonio; 
English 
Alpha Delta Pi, Treas., Chaplain; S.C.A., Sec; Al- 
pha Chi; Cardinal Key; Kappa Chi, Publicity Chr.; 
W.R.A.; Band; International Club; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- 
sities; M.S.M., Sec; University Council; Religious 
Life Council, Sec; Cheerleader 

JUDY SCHAPER, Houston; Home Economics 

Delta Zeta, Sports Capt., Corr. Sec; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon; W.R.A.; Sou'wester Staff; Pi Kappa Alpha 
Dream Girl Nominee; N.E.A. 

JOHN SCHAUB, Houston; History 

Independent Asso., Intramural Softball; Pi Gamma 
Mu, Pres.; Blue Key; Kappa Chi, Boys' Contact; 
German Club, Pres.; M.S.M. 

JOHN CHARLES SCHMIDT, Three Rivers; Music 
Ed.-Organ 
Kappa Sigma, Grand Scribe, Sonqleader, Scholar- 
ship-Leadership Award; Alpha Chi Society, Vice- 
Pres.; Blue Key, Sec-Treas.; Senate; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Colleges and Univer- 
sities; Concert Band; A Cappella Choir: Student 
Organ Guild, Pres., Reporter-Historian; University 
Organist; Delta Zeta Dream Man; University Coun- 
cil 7 

TERRY SCHOENEMANN, Houston; 

Delta Zeta, Guard, Treas.; Kappa Phi; N.E.A.: 
W.R.A. 




BETTIE SCOTT, Houston; Bus. Adm. 

Delta Zeta, Guard, Rush Chr., Beauty; Women's 
Panhellenic, Pres.; Interfraternity Council, Sec; 
Senate, Chapel Committee, Election Chr.; Honor 
Council; W.R.A.; Sou'wester Staff; S.C.A., Social 
Chr.; Pi Gamma Mu; Cardinal Key; Best-Dressed 
Girl; Basketball Sweetheart 

NANCY SEERDEN, Bay City; 

Phi Mu, Membership Chr., Librarian, Historian, 
Songleader, Sec; Delta Omicron, Pres.; A Cappella 
Choir 

VIRGINIA SIMMS, Irving; Religion 

Phi Mu, Sports Capt., Fraternity Education Chr.; 
A Cappella Choir; W.R.A.; Kappa Chi; French 
Club 



PATRICIA LYNNE STANFORD, Houston; Sociology 
Independent Asso., Beauty Nominee 

DOROTHY VIRGINIA STEVENS, Houston; English 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Sports Capt., Historian-Reporter; 
Sou'wester Staff; Mask & Wig 

PATRICIA ELIZABETH SWANZEY, Houston; English 
Zeta Tau Alpha, Panhellenic Delegate, Rush Chr.; 
Women's Panhellenic, Treas.; Interfraternity Council, 
Treas.; Orientation Leader; Chairman of Student 
Handbook; University Council; Dean's List, '60 





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EDDIE VETTER, Houston; History 

Phi Delta Theta, Standards Chr., Intramurals; S.C.A., 
Pres.; M.S.M., Pres.; Varsity Baseball; Blue Key; 
Sub Council; "S" Asso.; German Club; Kappa Chi; 
International Club; University Council 

MARTHA VIRDEN, Fredericksburg; Religion 

Independent Asso., Social Chr., Girls' Contact, 
Girls' Chaplain; S.C.A.; Cardinal Key; M.S.M., 
Program Chr., Sec; Kappa Chi, Girls' Contact; 
Freshman Counselor 

RONALD VINCENT WALTERS, Georgetown; Bus. 
Adm. 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Scholarship Chr., Ass't Treas.; 
Veteran's Asso. 



ELIZABETH ANNA WEIR, San Antonio; 
Delta Delta Delta 

JONELLE WHEATLEY, Brownsville; 

Delta Delta Delta, Beauty; A Cappella Choir; Girl 

of the Issue; Kappa Sigma Dream Girl; Delta Omi- 
cron; W.R.A.; N.E.A.; Finalist for Best-Dressed Girl 

LINDA MARY WILSON, Kerrville; English 

Zeta Tau Alpha, Reporter, Sec, Treas.; French 
Club, Pres.; N.E.A., Treas.; Magaiine Staff 




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Junior Class 



MERRIMAN MORTON 
President of the Junior Class 





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WAYNE LASSTER 
Vice-President of the Junior Class 



LINDA HUTSELL 

Secretary of the Junior Class 






ODELL CATES, Booker 
CLINTON CLEMENTS, Jacksonville, 
Florida 



JIM CROLEY, Houston 
ANN DAY, Bellaire 



DORIS ANN DEATS, Dickinson 
CAROLYN DORBANDT, Tyler 
GEORGE DUNKIN, San Antonio 
JUDY EDINGTON, Houston 



DAN ADAMSON, Vernon 
LINDA ARMOUR, San Angelo 
DIANA BE1GHLE, Tyler 
SAM BIRKNER, Kingsville 



MARILYN BROUGH, Houston 
JIM BROWN, Temple 
GEORGE BURRIS, Lufkin 
PETE CALHOUN, Alice 



GAYLE EVANS, Houston 
BETTY EWING, Sinton 
ARTHUR ALLEN FEW, Jasper 
RICHARD GEORGE, Round Rock 





JANET GIBSON, Eagle Lake 
DE ETTE GREEN, Pecos 
GUY GROSS, San Angelo 
PETE HAMEL, Houston 



TOM HANCOCK, Pasadena 
"BOOGIE" HANLEY, Eagle Lake 
DAVID HARES, New Castle, 

Pennsylvania 
ANNE HARLEY, San Antonio 



SHARON HARRIS, Houston 
PAT HARRISON, San Antonio 



NANCY HART, Sugar Land 
STANLEY HAUERWAS, Dall 



THOMAS HAWKINS, Groesbeck 
LEE HENDERSON, TWITTY 
RAY ALLEN HOLUBEC, Granger 
LINDA HUTSELL, Anahuac 



RICHARD JAMES IMMEL, Louisville, 

Ohio 
JERRY HOB JENNINGS, Sulfur Spring- 
FRED JOHNSON, San Antonio 
JUDY JONES, Dallas 



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THOMAS TIEN SUN KAUNG, 

Hong Kong, China 
JIM KENNEDY, Bellaire 
JUDITH KUYKENDALL, Barnet 
TRECIA LASTER, Gladewater 



IKE LEDGER, Temple 
BILLY LING, Peralt, Malaya 
RICHARD LOCKHART, Groves 
DAVID LUKER, Houston 




MARY LYNCH, Bellaire 

TOM McAFERTY, Georgetown 



TOMMY McCLUNG, Vernon 
GROVER CLAY McCULLIN, Cameron 




KENNETH McELROY, Cleburne 
NANCY ZEE-NEE MA, Hong Kong, 

China 
ANNE MARSH, Houston 
CAROL ANNE MARSH, Houston 



JOANNA MAY, Edinburg 
BEVERLY MEDFORD, Tyler 
BARBARA MENKING, Bellville 
SKIPPY MILLER, Waelder 



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MISSY MOOD, Midland 
MERRIMAN MORTON, Galveston 
R. J. MOTT, Georgetown 
SANDRA MUNSON, Georgetown 



ROBERT PENICK, Georgetown 
SUSAN PETRY, Bethesda, Maryland 
JIM REED, Houston 
JO ANN RICE, Houston 



JOHN ROARK, Greenville 
MIKE ROBERTS, Omaha 



BOB RORK, San Angelo 
JOE ROYCE, Tyler 
JO SALTER, Stockdale 
SANDRA SANDERS, Austin 



JOAN SCHELLING, Houston 
WILLIAM SEALE, JR., Beaumont 
ROBERT SEBESTA, Pasadena 
JOE SHELDON, San Antonio 



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BARBARA SING, Houston 
SUSAN STAPLES, Houston 
SUSAN STARK, Lake Jackson 
SHARON ST. LAWRENCE, Houston 




SONDRA SULLIVAN, Dallas 
SATOSHI TATSUMI, Himeji, Japan 
DAVID TAYLOR, Houston 
CAROLYN TENERY, Taft 





MARY ANN THAMES, Houston 
SHEILA THOMAS, Sweeny 



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LA SCHELLE THOMPSON, Sweeny 
BOB TINDELL, Waco 




LOU TOMPKINS, Lufkin 
RAYMOND TROMPLER, Seagoville 
PAUL TUXWORTH, Houston 
DAVID WATTS, Georgetown 



DON WILLIAMS, Georgetown 

JO ANN WINFREY, Houston 

ROBERT WITTE, Needville 

MIKE WOMACK, JR., Ou'ncy, Florida 



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Sophomore Class 




JOHNNY HOLLINGSWORTH 
President of the Sophomore Class 






DEWEY ERVIN 

Vice-President of the Sophomore Class 




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CAROLYN SHIMER 

Secretary of the Sophomore Class 



JON MICHAEL FRANKS 
Treasurer of the Sophomore Class 



JEFF ALLEN, Alice 

BETTY ALMOND, Alice 

DENNIS ANDERSON, Anaco, Venezuela 

BUTCH BAKER, Sonera 



JOE BASHARA, Wichita Falls 
MARGARET BENJAMIN, Austin 
RONA BESELER, Nacogdoches 



JEANNE BINGHAM, Pittsburgh, Penn 

ED BOCK, Houston 

CHARLES BOHMFALK, Weslaco 




JIM BOHMFALK, Beaumont 
BErSY BOUSHALL, Houston 
HOUSTON BRIGGS, Dallas 



MAUREEN BROCK, Orange 
RICHARD BROWNING, Houston 
KARL BRUNER, Longview 



MARTHA BURNS, Alvin 
MARY CALKIN, San Angelo 
CAROLYN CANADY, Palestine 
SAMMY COATS, Harlingen 




CLARICE COFFEY, Texas City 
SANFORD COON, San Antonio 
CHARLES COPPIN, Belton 
STEVE COSTLEY, Alice 



HENRY COX, Port Arthur 
SARA CRITTENDEN, Ingram 
NANCY DAGUE, Harlingen 
MARTHA DAVENPORT, Marshall 



SUZANNE DYKSTRA, Tyler 
DON EDWARDS, Houston 
SANDRA ELLIOTT, Georgetown 



BILL ELLIS, Laredo 
DEWEY ERVIN, Houston 
DON EVANS, Houston 



JERRY EVANS, Dallas 

BILL FAIR, Hunt 

ARLEN FERGUSON, Houston 

PATRICIA FLETCHER, Georgetown 



JOHN MICHAEL FRANKS, Marshal 
MIKE GARRETT, Wichita Falls 
JAMES GIESE, Brenham 
JAMES GUESS, Georgetown 
JANE GUEST, Houston 

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DWIGHT HALEY, Tyler 
LECIL BRISON HANDER, Belton 
LOUISE HARDIN, Dallas 
MIKE HARREL, Dallas 



HAZEL HARTUNG, San Antonio 
KAY HAYS, Freeport 
CAROL HENDERSON, Georgetown 
DICKIE HILLYER, Houston 



GEORGE HITE, Bellaire 

JOHNNY HOLLINGSWORTH, Odessa 

LYNDALE HULTQUIST, Ganado 



CALVIN JOCHETZ, Gonzales 

JANET JUNKER, Houston 

CAROLYN KELLY, Rochester, New York 




KAY KENNEDY, Beaumont 
JAY KENNESSON, Woodville 
BILL KESLER, Houston 
BETTY KNAUTH, Houston 



CHERRYL KNIPPA, Austin 
TIM KOEHL, Houston 
MARY BETH LAMB, Houston 
DICK LANE, Wichita Falls 
PENNY LANGFORD, Brownsville 

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JIMMY LAZENBY, Houston 
DAVID LEMONS, Houston 
PENNY LEWIS, Kilgore 
KAY LINDELL, Taylor 



JOHN LUKERT, Houston 
MARGIE McCRELESS, Fort Worth 
DEANNE McFARLAND, Nacogdoches 
HORACE ZEE-MING MA, Hong Kong, 
China 



RAYMOND MAYES, Sheridan 
CHARLENE MILLER, Bellaire 
GARY MOBLEY, McNeil 




JOANNA MORGAN, Austin 
BOB MURRAY, Houston 
BARBARA NICHOLSON, Garland 



ERNEST NIETO, Houston 
JUDY NYOUIST, Donna 
LINDA OLSON, Fort Worth 
JOSE PALOS, Harlington 



JOE PATTON, Greensville 
LYNN PATTON, Greensville 
THOMAS PEACOCK, Jacksonvi! 
WALTER PINKSTON, Houston 
FRANK PULKRABEK, Taylor 



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STEVE RABEN, Houston 
BOBBIE ROPER, Austin 
SMITH RAY, Midland 
TOM REAVIS, Florence 



ROBERT RICHARDS, Paducah 
KENNETH ROBINSON, La Marque 
MARGARET RODGERS, Corpus Christi 
GLENDA ROE, Uvalde 



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BERNARD SANDBERG, Austin 
JEANINE SANDEFUR, Killeen 
RICHARD SCHMIDT, Fort Worth 



MARGARET SCOTT, Texas City 
JOE SEEBER, Grand Prairie 
ALAN SHARE, Annandale, Va. 




SANDRA SHENKIR, San Antonio 
CAROLYN SHIMER, Colorado City 
ELEANOR SHULT, Columbus 
MARGARET SIEFERT, Houston 





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BARBARA SMITH, Dallas 
BRIAN SMITH, Houston 
FRANK SMITH, Crockett 
KAREN SMITH, Georgetown 
STEVE SMITH, Houston 



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JUDY STANDLEY, Madisonvilla 
ANN STEVENSON, Huntsville 
CAROL JANE STOUDER, Anahuac 
KATHY STRICKLER, Baytown 



CARL SWARD, Corpus Christ! 
JUDY THORNTON, Sulfur Springs 
EARL TIEDT, Houston 
JULIA TORRES, Mission 



MARY ANN TRAPPEY, Madisonville 
ANDY VOGEL, Harlingen 
JO ANN WARD, Tomball 



PATSY WARFIELD, Fort Worth 
KAREN WATKINS, Wichita Falls 
RAY WATKINS, Sulphur Springs 




DON WELTER, Colorado City 
DOTTIE WHIGHAM, Pecos 
BARBARA WILLIAMS, Floresville 
DAVID WILSON, Temple 




JANE WILSON, Houston 
LAURA JANE WINFREY, Houston 
SUSAN WINGFIELD, Silsbee 
LINDA WOOSTER, Alvin 
KENNETH WRIGHT, BeHaire 




Freshman Class 



DON TODD 

President of the Freshman Class 





BEVERLY BIGHAM 

Vice-President of the Freshman Class 




KAKI HARRIS 

Secretary of the Freshman Class 



SUZY DRESCHEL 

Treasurer of the Freshman Class 



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fBEN ADERHOLT, Corpus Christ!, 
PETE ALEMAN, Georgetown 
JILL ALLEN, Bastrop 
JOAN ALLEN, Waco 
ALAINE FAY ANDERSON, Taylori 



MARIBELLE ANDERSON, George West 
ROBERTO ARDAYA, Cochabanba, 
Bolivia 

MOLLY ARMSWORTH, San Antonio 
JOAN BAENZINGER, Seguin 



G. H. BAILEY, Raymondsville 
LANEILL DOROTHEA BARNES, Bryan 
DAVID WALTER BAUGUESS Fort 
Worth 

LINDA BENNISON, LaMarque 



ANGIE BETTCHER, Houston 
BEVERLY BIGHAM, Lubbock 
EDGAR BOCK, Harlingen 





HERBERT BOEHME, Orange 
JOAN BOHMFALK, Beeville 
POLLY BOHMFALK, Beaumont 






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Cochabamba, Bolivia 




BARBARA BREWER, Crowley, Louisiana 
JOHN BROCKMAN, Rockdale 
ROGER BROWN, Fort Worth 
SARA BURGIN, Dickinson 



JUDITH BUSBY, San Antonio 
JAMES EDWARD BUTLER, Dickinson 
LINDA BUTLER, Odessa 
JAIME RENE CAMACHO, 



LINDA CAMERON, Brownsville 
AMY CHAFFIN, Bellaire 
ALLIE JOE COHEN, Victoria 
DONALD COKER, Dickinson 
WILLIAM COLLINS, Dallas 



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NONIE CONKLIN, Ozona 
WILLIAM HARRIS CONNOR, 

Houston 
KAREN COOK, Eagle Lake 
CONSTANCE COOPER, Houston 
BILLY COX, San Antonio 




CAROLYN CROWE, Brownsville 
SHELIA CUMMINGS, Houston 
WILLIAM RONALD DANSBY, Bryan 
ANNA DeHAY, Dallas 



ROBERT de La ROSA, Weslaco 
GARY DILLON, Houston 
TOM DILLON, New Braunfels 
EUGENE ALLEN DOMEL, Jarrell 




DOLORES JO DONOP, Mason 
SANDRA IMOGENE DOZIER, San 

Antonio 
JAMES ALLEN DRAEGER, Walburg 



SUE DRESCHEL, Houston 
LINDA DRISKELL, Crockett 
KIRBY DUPREE, Houston 



PAUL EARLES, Carthage 
DAVID EASLEY, Houston 
ANN ELKINS, College Station 
EDWARD HARDIN ELLIS, Houston 



JOHN EVANS, Frakes, Kentucky 

BETH FAIR, Hunt 

MARCUS CHUNG SUN FANG, 

Seremban, : "'Malaya 
TIM FITZGERALD, Houston 



BARBARA FOWLER, Midland 
NANCY FRAZER, Bellaire 
KATHY FREYDENFELDT, 

Georgetown 
NANCY GAY, Dallas 
MARTHA GEE, Austin 





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PAT GILL, Odessa 

ANNE GILLESPIE, Temple 

LAURA GLASS, Austin 

MISSY GOODLOE, Searcy, Arkanj 

CANDY GREEN, Dallas j 



PAT GREEN,' Houston 
GARY GREER, Morgan 
LINDA GREER, Morgan 
MARGEE GROSS, San Angelo 



ALICIA GUERRA, Mission 
SHIRLEY GUYLER, Crystal City 
HARRY GUYTON, Austin 
JULIE HAILEY, Conroe 



KITTY HALLMAN, Killeen 
KAREN HAMME, Edinburg 
KAKI HARRIS, Houston 



JOHN ROBERT HAYNES, Dickinson 
JAMES GORDON HELPINSTILL, 

Freeport 
LINDA HENDRICK, Fort Worth 




JOHN HENSLEY, Dallas 
LARRY HILL, Houston 
MERRITT HITT, Midland 
GRETCHEN HOLMES, Denison 



GLENN THOMPSON HOWARD, Alice 
TOM HOWE, Dallas 
CHERRY HUDSON, Houston 
NICKY HUESTIS, Taft 




JUDY HUFFMAN, Beaumont 

PAT HUTCHINSON, South Houstoi 

TROY ANN ISRAEL, Lake Jacksor 

KAY JACKSON, Houston 

MARY FRANCIS JACKSON, Palaci 



MONETTE JENKINS, Katy 
NORMA JOHNSON. Austin 
WILLIAM JOHNSON, Houston 
ERVIN JORDAN, Nixon 
FRED KANDLER, Beaumont 




GEORGETTE KATOOL, San Antonio 
JEAN KENNEDY, Nacogdoches 
JAN KERR, Tyler 
CARLELA KEYS, Georgetown 



DOTTIE KIDWELL, Phoenix, Arizona 
JOANNA KILGORE, Austin 
CAROLYN KING, Dallas 
EDDIE KNIGHT, San Saba 



KAREN KNOX, Houston 
WILLIAM KOCH, Waco 
LAURETTA KRAEMER, San Antonio 




KATHY KRENEK, Vanderbilt 

GERALD KURIO, Walburg 

RANDY LANKFORD, Corpus Christ; 



LYNN LeGRAND, Bay City 
CLARENCE LEMMOND, LaMarque 
BILL LEONARD, Houston 
GLENN LEWIS, Corpus Christ 



BILL LITTLE, Beaumont 
ROBERT LOCKHART, Sulphur Springs 
TOMMY LOFTIN, Houston 
CYNTHIA EMILY LONG, Palacios 



MICHAEL LORFING, Georgetown 
DIANA LOVELESS, Houston 
WM. DAVID LUTHER, Austin 
* PEGGY McCALLIE, Silver 
: BILL McCAULEY, Sheridan 




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THOMAS ROBT. McCLELLAf 

Isabel 
FRED McCLURG, Houston J 
THOMAS WAYNE McCOLL 

Liberty Hill 
JIM McDONALD, Georgeto; 



GARY MADDOX, Houston 
RILEY BRUCE 1 MARSH, Houston 
CARMEN MATHENY, Houston 
NANCY MATTHEWS, Hartwell, Georgia 
REBECCA MAYS. Freeport 



STAN MENDENHALL, Dallas 
MOLLY MILLER, Deer Park 
DONNA MILSTEAD, Houston 
SUE MOCK, LaPorte 



JUDIE MONTGOMERY, Houston 

JAN MOODY, Austin 

JAMES MOORE, Colorado Springs, 



LARRY MOORE, Houston 
SANDRA MOORE, San Antonio 
MARTHA MORELAND, Houston 




PAT MOWAT. Dallas 

JOE MUNDY, Houston 

LYNDEL WAYNE MURPH, Devine 

NANCY NORTHINGTON, Temple 



CATHIE OSBORNE, Houston 
JOHN PAUL PARKER, Eagle Lake 
RONALD ROY PATTERSON, Grand 

Prairie 
PAT PERRY, Lake Jackson 




THOMAS PETROSKY, Georgetc 
TOMMY PORTER, Las Vegas, Ne 
FARHAD RAD, Teheran, Iran 
DONALD RANDALL, Victoria 
TERRY REAL, Kerrville 



DIANA REED, West Columbia 
ALLAN SANDERS 
JOHN SANDIDGE, San Antonio 
5LENN SANDLIN, Luflcin 
RAUL SANTOS, Robstown 



KIT SCHOENFIELD, Dallas 
SANDY SCHOLZE, Beaumont 
LINDA SCHULZE, Mission 
MINTA JO SCHWALBE, Del Rio 




TINKA SIMONS, Houston 
STEWART SLATER, Topeka, Kansas 
JIM SMITH, Pasadena 
ADA SMYTH, Amari 



GWYNNE SONNEN, San Antonio 
FRANK SPELLMANN, Cuero 
JOHN SP1NKS, Crockett 



FRANCINE SPRINGS, Seguin 
DAVID SPURGEN, Garland 
FAITH STARNES, Gladewater 



SARAH STEPHENS, San Antonio 
NANCY STEPHENSON, Alice 
SHEILA STEWART, Grand Isle, Louisiana 
EDDIE STINSON, Houston 



EUGENE STOFFEL, Houston 
JOHN STURDEVANT, Houston 
CHARLES SUMNERS, Austin 
PHOEBE SYER, Anahuac 



PAT TANNER, Duncanville 
BILLY IRA TAYLOR, Victoria 
WESLEY TAYLOR, Victoria 
NEVA ANN TERRY, Bellaire 
WILLIAM THOMAS, Richards 





COLLIER TIPTON, Georgetown 

DON TODD, Georgetown 

ETEUATI TUPU TOLOVASTEIN, Western 

Samoa 
CLAY ULBRICH, Carriio Springs 



JOANNE VANCE, San Antonio 
MARY LOUISE VERNOR, Taft 
CLEDDIE VICKERS, Liberty Hili 
HAROLD VOGLER, Georgetown 



DON WADE, Bellaire 
PATRICK WADE, Bay City 
JOHN WALLACE, Houston 
DAVID WARNER, San Angelo 



JACKIE CAROL WATSON, McAllen 
DAREEN WEISSINGER, Houston 
JACK WHITE, Leonard 



ROBERT WHITE, Killeen 
MARCELLA WICHMAN, Lufkin 
REXFORD WIGINTON, Longview 



CHARLES WILLIAMS, Georgetown 
PERRY WILLIAMS, Pasadena 
CAROLE WILSON, Houston 
GARY WILSON, Temple 




LINDA WILSON, Palestine 
JAMES WINN, Uvalde 
LAWRENCE WONG, Hong Kong, 

China 
MARY LOVEY WOOD, Mission 



BETTY WOODLOCK, Fort Worth 
GLENN WORTHAM, Channelvie> 
GEORGIA WYNNE, Kirbyville 
MARY ANN ZIESER, Weslaco 
STEVE ZWICK, Houston 



NEW STUDENTS, SPRING SEMESTER 



GAIL ANN ABDNOR, Dallas 

GERALD RUSSELL ABEL, Elgin 

MARJORIE GRACE BEECH, Van 

MRS. MARY BLANTON LEWIS BOST, Georgetown 

AUSTIN COLEMAN BRAY, JR., Dallas 

MARILYN SUNDA CALLAN, Menard 

MRS. LUCIE KATHRYN DILL COPELAND, Dallas 

SHELAGH MEGAN DAVIES, Cape Town 

JANE REED DILLARD, Georgetown 

MARY FRANCES HAYS, Dallas 

DEANNA HICKMAN, San Antonio 

CLARENCE LUCIAN EARLE LEWIS, Georgetown 

MRS. LOUISE BERNIECE RENFRO LOYD, Waco 

KENT DAVIS MARRS, Waco 

MRS. ANNABELLE PENNINGTON NOBLES, Austin 

RONALD LYNNE VAN AMBURGH, Houston 

JACOUELYN WATTS, Houston 

MRS. JOSEPHINE DAVIDSON WHEELER, Georgetown 

ONNIE DEE WHITTINGTON, JR., Clute 



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DANNY BAKER 
President 




NEIL ABELES 
First Vice-President 





SEATED: Carolyn Dorbandt, Mary Robinette, Margaret Mount, Susan 
Staples, Louise Hardin, and Jim Brown. 



DAVID WATTS 
Second Vice-President 



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MARY ROBINETTE 
Secretary 



The efforts of the Student Senate, organization of 
student government, have resulted in many oppor- 
tunities and advantages for Southwestern students. 
The Senate meets weekly to discuss matter relevant 
to the student body and to decide questions relat- 
ing to student government problems. 



JIM KENNEDY 

Treasurer 



STANDING: John Schmidt, David Watts, Fred Candler, Danny Baker, Jim 
Kennedy, Stanley Hauerwas, Dean Mitten, Neil Abeles, Ben Aderholt, Leslie 
Parrish, Nicky Heustis, John Birkner, Dicky Hillyer, Harry Crowe, Calvin 
Jochetz. 




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SEATED: Margie McCreless, Tommy McClung, Buddy Renick, Jo Ann Winfrey, Mary Louise Meyers, Joanna Morgan. FIRST ROW- 
Margie Scheazler, B, I Osher. Pattie Clare, Diana Beighle, Susan Stark, Martha Virden, Standley Hauerwas. SECOND ROW- Mr 
bpellman, Dwight Haley. Leslie Parrish, Linda Wooster, Thomas Kaung, Mark Lett. 



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Mr. Spellman, sponsor, and Officers: Mary Louise Meyers Jo Ann Winfrey, Buddy Reniclc, 
Tommy McClung. 



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The Honor Council is based on the principle that a person placed on his honor will not violate 
his trust. This places responsibility on each student. The Honor Council acts as a co-ordinator and 
mediator, serving all charges made in violation of the honor system. Membership includes a chair- 
man, who is Vice-President of the Senate, four members from the senior class, and three members 
from the junior and sophomore classes. 



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Cherry Knippa, Laura Jane Winfrey, Bobbie Roper, David Hares, Buddy Reniclc, Neil Abeles, Tommy McClung, Susan Stark, Lou 
Thompkins, Janet Junker, Buck Redding, Mary Louise Meyers. 




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Faculty: Ann Maresh and Barbara Nicholson. 







Judie Montgomery, Editor. 




Typists: Carmen Matheny, Sandy Scholze, and Kaki Harris. 



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Sports: John Roark and Dorothy Stevens. 



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Organizations: Janet Junker, Sunda Callan, Kay Lindel 



Art Editor: Penny Lewis 




Life at SU: Mary Ann Trappey; Personalities: Pat Green. 




Campus: Sharon Harris and Sharon St. Lawrence. 



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Megaphone 




SEATED: Mark Lett, Sandee Dozier, Carole Wilson, Betsy Boushall, Jim Guess, STANDING: Bernie Sandberg, Milton Jordan, Dan Adamson, 
Smith Ray, Harry Grappa. 



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Mark Lett, Carole Wilson, Bernie Sandberg, Betsy Boushall, 
Smith Ray. 



SEATED: Judy Standley, Austin Bray, Harry Grappa, Jim Guess. STANDING: Milton 
Jordan, Robert Pinckney. 



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Blue Key 



Even since 1948, members of Blue Key have been recognizing other men students who have con- 
tributed services to the campus. It is a national leadership fraternity, which chooses its members 
from junior and senior students with a high scholastic average. 




SEATED: Danny Baker, Ronnie Ogden, Buck Redding , John Schmidt, Neil Abeles, John Schaub, Buddy Renick, Tommy McClung, Eddie Vetter. 
STANDING: David Watts, Dan Adamson, John Birkner, Jim Kennedy. 



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Cardinal Key is a national honorary service organization for upperclass women. 
Members are chosen according to their service contributions to the campus and their 
scholastic achievement. 




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FIRST ROW: Barbara Eck, Rosemary Wendt, Dean Ferguson, Mary Louise Meyers. SECOND ROW: 
Sara Shepherd, Carolyn Dorbandt, Jo Ann Winfrey. THIRD ROW: Mary Jean Fincher, Julie 
Johnson, Susan Stark. FOURTH ROW: Margie Schaezler, Lou Thompltins, Bet+ie Scott, Pattie Clare. 
FIFTH ROW: Martha Virden, Mary Robinette. 



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Men's 




Ruter SEATED: Danny Baker, Dickie Freiking, John Micheal Franks, Ronnie Ogden, Mrs. 
Blanton, Mike Roberts, G. H. Bailey, and Dwight Haley. STANDING: Odell Cates and 
Stanley Hauerwas. 



Mood SEATED: Jimmy Baker, Mark Lett, Darrel Young, and Paul Earles. STANDING: 
Tommy McClung, Horace Griffin, Allison Trompler, and Lloyd Huff. 




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Women's Advisory is responsible for promoting the welfare of the girls in Laura 
Kuykendall Hall and Sneed House. They work with the dormitory matrons and the 
Dean of Women to enforce the rules of the dormitory. 

Margaret Mount acted as president for the fall semester. 



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House Councils 




Laura Kuykendall House Council 



Barbara Eck 
Judy Nyquist 
Bes+sy Boushall 
Betty Woodloclc 
Mary Louise Meyers 



The House Councils are the house man- 
agers of the dorms. They provide for 
arrangements in the lobby and make and 
enforce the rules. 



Carolyn Shimer 
Linda Hutsell 
Martha Verden 
Jeanne Bingham 



Carolyn Crowe 
Missy Goodloe 



Louise Harden 
Pat Green 
Nancy Northinqton 
Georgette Katool 
Ada Smyth 
Elaine Osborn 




Sneed House Council 



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Mask 





ELECTRA: Sandra Elliott, Nancy Stephenson, Rosemary Wendt, Richard Moore, 
Jodie Crayton, Kay Kennedy, Bebo Benjamin, Charlene Miller, Mary Francis 
Jackson. 



DEATH OF A SALESMAN: Sandra Elliott, R. J. Molt, Alan 
Share, Pete Calhoun, Ray Watkins, Nancy Stephenson. 



FAUSTUS: Bill Hite, Alan Share. 






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DEATH OF A SALESMAN: Stewart Slater, Rose- 
mary Wendt, Pete Calhoun, R. J. Mott, Tommy 
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FAUSTUS: R. J. Mott, Herbie Boehme. 



ELECTRA: Barbara Smith, Jody Crayton. 



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Lab 
Band 



The Lab Band is hired by groups to 
play at dances. They also play for some 
school dances. 



FIRST ROW: David Watts, Bob Lockhart, George Duncan, and Robert White. SECOND 
ROW: Richard Moore, Dicky Frerking, Robert Penick, Karen Smith, and Georgette Katool 
(vocalist). 



FIRST ROW: Karen Knox, Joan Schelling, Margaret Sietert, Laurie Kramer, Nancy Dague. 
SECOND ROW: Emily Long, Mr. Penick, and John Schmidt. 




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The band uses its talents not only 
at concerts, but also to contribute 
to the Southwestern spirit at the 
basketball games and pep rallies. 
Mr. Geroge Nelson conducts the 
group. 





Musicians Express Talent 




Orchestra. . . 



The orchestra gives the students 
and faculty an opportunity to work 
together in a common interest. 
Two concerts are presented each 
year. Mr. Thomas Douglas is 
conductor. 



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Cappella 



Choir 




FIRST ROW: Don Todd, Nancy Fraiier, Margie Gross, Neil Abeles, Miles Womack, Jan Moody, Nicky Huestis, Sandra Munson, Karen Knox, 
Gary Wilson, Nancy Kennedy, Huntley Kennesson, Linda Bennison. SECOND ROW: Virginia Sims, David Wilson, Margie Dalchau, Tommy 
Porter, Jenny Parrish, Sam Birkner, Karl Brunner, Calvin Jochetz, Buck Redding, Glenda Roe, Jim Kennedy, Carole Graff, Nancy 
Seerden. THIRD ROW: Jim Reid, Anne Harley, Bill Dansby, Kathy Frydenfeldt, Bubba Few, Pat Fletcher, Lee Henderson, Linda' Hutsell, 
Mary Robinette, John Birkner, Mary Lynch, John Schmidt, Linda Cameron, Jim Lazenby. 



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Dean Richards and choir members have 
a friendly discussion after practice. 



The Southwestern A cappella Choir is noted for 
its excellence in performance and quality of sing- 
ing. Under the direction of Dean John D. Rich- 
ards, the choir has sung in over fifteen churches 
this year. 





The student body has the opportunity of hearing the choir 
in chapel services each Thursday. 



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SEATED: Marjorie Dalchau, Nancy Seerden, Carol Graff, Karen Smith, and Nancy Dague. STANDING: Doris Deats, Margaret 
Siefert, Mrs. Chambers, Marty Davenport, and Mary Ann Thames. 



Delta Omicron is a national pro- 
fessional music fraternity for women, 
which foster talent and increases in- 
terest through fellowship. 




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OFFICERS SEATED: Doris Deats, Nancy Seerden, and Carol Graff. STANDING: Mary 
Ann Thames and Marty Davenport. 




SEATED: Buddy Renick, Jodie Crayton, Margie Schaezler, Susan Stark, Barbara Eck 
Lou Tompkins. STANDING: Ed Franklin, Missy Mood, Allison Trompler, Mike Roberts, 
Pat+ie Clare, Jim Kennedy Tommy McClung, Jane Caldwell, John Schmidt, Don Williams. 



Alpha 
Chi 



Alpha Chi is a national honor 
society, which initiates upperclassmen 
who have a 90 overall average. 



Pi 
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Pi Gamma Mu is a national social 
science honor society. 




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Pi Delta Epsilon 



Pi Delta Epsilon is a national honorary journalism fraternity, which initiates student journa- 
lists who have worked on collegiate publications. It is an award for their efforts and services and 
efforts in the field of journalism. 




MISS PEARL A. NEAS. Sponsor 



Stanley Hauerwas, Posemary Wendt, Dan Adamson, Barbara 
Eck, Lee Howard, and Mary Louise Meyers. 



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International 
Club 




SEATED: Carolyn Dorbandf, Nancy Ma, Judy Kuykendall, Mary Louise Meyers, Susan Petry. STANDING: Diana Beighle, Eddie 
Vetter, Buddy Renick, Horace Ma, Thomas Kaung, Marcus Fang, Margie Schaezler, Roberto Ardaya, Miss Fox, Billy Ling. 

The International Club is a group of students from all over the world, who are studying here 
at Southwestern. Their purpose is to improve international relations by maintaining a democratic 
spirit, thereby promoting a better understanding of the foreign students on campus. 



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Pi Epsilon Delta 



In order to be eligible for membership into Pi Epsilon Delta, a 
student must be an upperclassman and have participated in at least 
two campus drama activities. This national honorary dramatic fra- 
ternity encourages individual and group theatrical effort in order to 
create a higher standard in drama. Dr. Angus Springer is the 
group sponsor. 




PICTURED: R. J. Mott, Pete Calhoun, Rosemary Wendt, and Bill Hi+e. 



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The Pre-Law Society was founded for 
the purpose of aiding those interested in 
the profession of law. This organization is 
open to all interested in law, history or 
government, and through planned pro- 
grams and enlightening speakers we un- 
derstand more of the civil aspects of our 
government. "Let us learn today, that we 
raav be the leaders of tomorrow." 




OFFICERS: Sergeant-at-Arms, Crandell Addington; President, Ronnie Ogden; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Joan Schelling; Dr. Hester; Vice-President, John Roarlc. 




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FIRST ROW: Bill Kesler, Joan Schelling, Sammy Coats, Neva Terry, Bill Ellis, Kathy Krenek, Terry Real. SECOND ROW: John Roark, 
Crandell Addington, Ronnie Ogden, John Franks, Smith Ray, Jce Patton, Phil Fielder, Dr. Hester. THIRD ROW: Karl Bruner, Donald 
McDonald, Merritt Hitt, Bruce Marsh, Sam Birkner, Bob Lockhart. 



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Science Society 




PICTURED: Mr. H. G. Rose, Don Williams, Dr. Bob M. Brown, Lloyd Huff, Bubba Few, Horace Ma, Bill McClendon, and D. Gordon Wolcott. 



Increasing interest and knowledge in the sciences, the Southwestern 
University Science Society honors advanced students of the natural 
sciences and mathematics. In order to belong, students must main- 
tain an eighty-four average. 



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The German Club is a group of German students who assemble to learn more of the German 
culture and ideals. This chapter is closely connected with TAGS, the Texas Association of German 
Students. 

John Schaub is president. 




FIRST ROW: Carolyn Shimer, Cherry Knippa, Don Williams, Susan Stark, Anne Harley, Doreen Weissinger. SECOND ROW: Mr. 
Monostory, Walter Pinkston, John Lukert, Jimmy Baker, Jim Kennedy. Richard Schmitt, Arlan Ferguson. THIRD ROW: Norman 
Bouftard, Guy Gross, Bubba Few, Robert Witt, Lesel Handar, John Schaub. 



German Club 



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French Club 




FIRST ROW: Janet Junker, Judy Thornton, Sandy Scholze, Karen Watkins, Martha Gee Peggie McCallie. SECOND ROW: Mr. 
Smith, Donna Mil stead, Margie McCreless, Karen Knox, Missy Goodloe, Joanna Morgan, Karen Hamme, Marilyn Brough. THIRD 
ROW: Henry Cox, Huntly Kennesson, Tim Fitzgerald, Clarice Cotfee, Nancy Gay. 



Mon chere, unterkleid! 



The French Club 
has been continued 
by the new French 
teacher, Mr. Smith. 
Some of its func- 
tions include going 
to see the King and 
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with the German 
Club, and French 
lecturers. 




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Spanish Club 




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FIRST ROW: Harry Grappa, Sara Burgin, Sammy Coats, Pat Green, Darrel Young. SECOND ROW: Dennis Anderson, John 
Roarlt, Jimmy Baker, Bill Ellis, Dr. McCoy. 



The Spanish Club was organized to create an increased interest in the Spanish Language and culture. Their 
activities include trips to San Antonio, Monterrey, El Mat, and guest speakers. 
John Roark serves as president. 



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Kappa Chi 



Kappa Chi is the organization for life service students, which provides an opportunity to learn 
more about their field. Their activities include workshops and lectures. 
Danny Baker is the president. 




SEATED: Susan Stark, Martha Virden, Donna Milstead, Mary Louise Meyers, Susie Hughes. SECOND ROW: Tommy McClung, 
Bernie Sandberg, John Lulcert, Glenn Wortham, Pat Hutchinson, Perry Williams. THIRD ROW: Tom Dillon, David Watts, Tommy 
Loftin, Jim Brown, Paul Earls, Danny Baker. 



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Kappa 



Kappa Phi is a social and religious 
organization, which seeks to train college 
girls to become leaders of the church 
tomorrow. The Chapter was founded on 
this campus in 1947. It is similar to the 
WSCS in the Methodist Church. 

Barbara Menking is president of the 
group. 




OFFICERS: Judy Thornton, Barbara Menking, Sandy Sanders, Ellen Risinger. 




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FIRST ROW: Bobbie Ropper, Minta Schwalbe, Missy Goodloe, Georgette Katool, Molly Miller. SECOND ROW: Karen Busby, 
Donna Milstead, Joan Bohmfalk, Martha Moreland, Francine Springs. THIRD ROW: Troy Israel, Sandy Sanders, Tinka Simons, 
Judy Thornton, Sheila Stewart, Norma Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Sheila Thomas Doreen Weissinger, Barbara Menking, Ellen 
Risinger, Marilyn Brough, Margaret Rodgers, Alaine Anderson, Amy Chaffin, Linda Wooster, Barbara Fowler, Sue Mock. 



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Letterman's 




SEATED: Eddis Ve+ter, Jesse Hibbetts, Jim Brown, George Hite, Sammy Coats, and Dickie Hillyer. KNEELING: Henry Kitzman, 
Del Moberg, Merriman Morton, Raymond Mayes, Mike Roberts, and David Watts. STANDING: David Tafoya, Gerald Sylvester, 
Dwight Haley, Lewis Johnson, Don Williams, and Joe Sheldon. 



The Letterman's Association, established for promoting interest in sports, is composed of all 
men who have been awarded letters. Selection is made by the coaches on the basis of perfor- 
mance, service, and attitude. New members are initiated in the fall. 

Merriman Morton serves as president. 



Association 



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WRA MEMBERS 



Penny Largford 
Mary Lovey Wood 
Nancy Hart 
Missy Goodloe 
Tharleyn Nichols 
Jo Ann Winfrey 
De Ette Green 
Carolyn Shimer 
Mary Calkin 



WRA COUNCIL 
Penny Langford 
Carolyn Shimer 
Dorothy Stevens 
Beth Rider 
Judy Thornton 
Jar.ie Wilson 
Jo Ann Winfrey 
Nancy Hart 
La Schelle Thompson 
Jo Ann Ward 
Tharelyn Nichols 



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Janie Welson 

Pat Perry 

Phoebe Syer 

Barbara Williams 

Karen Hamme 

Jo Ann Ward 

La Schelle Thompson 

Beth Rider 

Dorothy Stevens 

Linda Schultz 



Linda Drislcill 
Judy Thornton 



The Women's Recreation Association encourages par- 
ticipation and sportsmanship. Points are acquired 
through participation in volleyball, basketball, tennis, 
bowling, ping-pong, and swimming. The group obtain- 
ing the largest number of points wins a trophy. 




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President — Jo Ann Winfrey 
Vice-President — Patricia Morrow 
(Not Pictured) 
Secretary — Patsy Warfield 
Treasurer — Diana Beiqhle 
Historian — Kay Lindell 



The National Education Association attempts to arouse 
more interest among future teachers by sponsoring infor- 
mative speeches by guest speakers. It is affiliated with the 
Texas State Teachers Association and National Education 
Association. 



Ann Stevenson 
Margie Schaeiler 
Nancy Gay 
Linda J. Wilson 
Bererly Bigham 
Margaret Rodgers 
Jeanne Bingham 
Troy Ann Israel 
Carolyn Canady 
Terry Real 
Missy Goodloe 



Diana Beighle 
Jo Ann Winfrey 
Patsy Warfield 
Kay Lindell 
Martha Burns 
Jan Kerr 
Linda Wooster 
Phoebe Syer 
Sheila Thomas 
Lee Howard 
Margie Dalchaw 



De Ette Green 
Penny Langford 
Linda Driskill 
Connie Cooper 
Pat Perry 
Marilyn Brough 
Barbara Smith 



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moil, 




Mrs. Weir, Carolyn Dorbandt, Penny Lewis, Susan Staples, William 

plans for the next T.G.I.S. NOT PICTURED: Dean Mitten, Dean Bergland. 



Seale, Mr. Blevins, David Watts, and Dr. Ralph Jones discuss 



Who needs Crazy Legs? 



You may find a member of the SUB Governing 
Board popping 15 pounds of popcorn, making ridic- 
ulous posters, playing the base, hiring Crazy Legs, 
just brainstorming, or thinking seriously about a 
decision. 

This group programs and carries out Student 
Union Building activities. 

Members are chosen by the Second Vice-President 
of the Senate and the Union Director, and approved 
by the University President. 

David Watts is chairman, and Susan Staples is 
secretary. 




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Independent 



ARMSWORTH, MOLLY 
ARDAYA, ROBERTO 
ANDERSON, MARIBELLE 
ANDERSON, ALAINE FAY 
BAKER, JIMMY 



BOUFFARD, NORMAN 
BROWNING, RICHARD 
BUSBY, KAREN 
COLLINS, BILL 
CRITTENDEN, SARA 



CROWE, HARRY 
CROWE, DIANE 
CUMMINGS, SHEILA 
DALCHAU, MARGIE 
DOZIER, SANDEE 



EDWARDS, DON 
FLETCHER, PAT 
GRIFFIN, HORACE 
GUERRA, ALICIA 
JOHNSON, NORMA 



KATOOL, GEORGETTE 




Allison Trompler, President 



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Association 



KUYKENDALL, JUDY 
LUKERT, JOHN 
LORFING, JOHN 
LONG, EMILY 
LOFTIN, TOMMY 



LEDGER, IKE 
MORELAND, MARTHA 
McCLUNG, TOMMY 
McCLURE, CHARLES 
RENICK, BUDDY 



SANDBERG, BERNIE 
SANDLIN, GLENN 
SCARCELLA, DAVID 
SHENKIR, SANDRA 
SONNEN, GWYNNE 



SPELLMAN, FRANK 
SPRINGS, FRANCINE 
TIEDT, EARL 
VANCE, JO ANN 
VIRDEN, MARTHA 






Jo Ann Rice 
Vice-President 



Mary Louise Meyers 
Secretary-Treasurer 



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Inter Fraternity 




SEATED: Judy Jones, Clarice Coffee, Missy Mood, Barbara Nicholson, Susan Stark, and Buck Redding. SECOND ROW: Buddy 
Dunn, Steve Raben, Joe Sheldon, Jim Kennedy, Jim Reid, and William Seale. 



The Interfraternity Council was formed to bring closer together the social organizations on 
campus. Greek Week which was established last year is a function of this group to strengthen 
fraternity relations and purposes. 



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SEATED: Steve Raben, Jim Reid, Jim Kennedy, Buck Redding. STANDING: Buddy Dunn, 
Joe Sheldon, William Seale. 



Men and Women's Panhellenic is the governing body for rush. It determines the rules and 
penalties for rush. It further promotes a closer interfraternity relationship among the groups on 
campus. 

Buck Redding is president of Men's Panhellenic and Susan Stark has replaced Bettie Scott as 
president of Women's Panhellenic. 



SEATED: Barbara Nicholson, Judy Jones, Susan Stark, Barbara Williams, Missy Mood. 
STANDING: Sandy Sanders, Kay Lindell, Nancy Conerly, Clarice Coffee, Beth Rider, 
Janet Junker. 




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Alpha Delta 

PRESIDENT Beth Rider 

VICE-PRESIDENT Jerry Evans 

RECORDING SECRETARY Nancy Dague 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Missy Mood 

TREASURER Sandra Elliott 

NATIONAL FOUNDING 1851 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1907 





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Alpha Delta Pi "Aloha" 



Beth Rider 
Jerry Evans 
Nancy Dague 
Missy Mood 
Sandra Elliott- 



Betsy Boushall 
Pattee Clare 
Marty Davenport 
Suzanne Dykstra 
Betty Ewing 
Louise Hardin 
Carol Henderson 




Delta 



Jackie Watson 
Mary Lovey Wood 
Betty Woodlock 
Mary Hays 
Gwyne Sonnen 



Lee Howard 
Kay Kennedy 
Kay Lindell 
Margie McCreless 
Mary Robinette 
Margie Schaezler 
Barbara Smith 
LaSchelle Thompson 
JoAnn Ward 



Jackie Watts 
JoAnn Winfrey 
Laura Jane Winfrey 
Joan Bienziger 
Sara Burgin 
Connie Cooper 
Susy Dreschel 
Nancy Frazer 
Julie Hailey 



Judy Huffman 
Nancy Kennedy 
Joanna Kilgora 
Lynn LeGrand 
Sandra Moore 
Diane Reid 
Linda Schultz 
Tinka Simons 
Pat Tanner 




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Will rush week ever end? 



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PRESIDENT Diana Beighle 

VICE-PRESIDENT Carolyn Shimer 

RECORDING SECRETARY Judy Eddington 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Judy Thornton 

TREASURER Carolyn Dorbandt 





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Diana Befghle 
Carolyn Shimer 
Judy Eddington 
Judy Thornton 
Carolyn Dorbandt 
Jane Culwel 
DeE+te Green 




Delta 



Billie Lou Bryson 
Rona Beseler 
Mary Calken 
Nancy Conerly 
Mary Kathryn Hanly 
Lee Henderson 
Kay Henry 
Deanne McFarland 
Joanna Morgan 



Judy Jones 
Carolyn Kelly 
Cherrie Knippa 
Penny Langford 
Margaret Mount 
"Iharelyn Nichols 
Diane Pope 
Lou Tompkins 
Betry Ann Weir 



Glenda Roe 
Margaret Scott 
Carolyn Tenery 
Mary Ann Thames 
Jonelle Wheatly 
Dotrie Wigham 
Janie Wilson 
Nancy Gay 
Martha Gee 



Diane Yarborough 
Joan Allen 
Bsverly Bigham 
Barbara Brewer 
Candy Green 
Missy Goodloe 
Shirley Guyler 
Carlela Keys 
Peggy McCalley 



Kitty Hallman 
Gretchen Holmes 
Jean Kennedy 
Jan Kerr 
Jan Moody 
Nancy Norhington 
Ada Smyth 
Marcella Wichman 
Beth Fair 



Minta Jo Schwalbe 



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Delta 



PRESIDENT Mary Lynch 

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT Nancy Hart 

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT Barbara Williams 

RECORDING SECRETARY Linda Hutse 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Patsy Warfield 

TREASURER Joanna May 

NATIONAL Founding 1902 

LOCAL FOUNDING 1946 






Everyone say "cheese 



Mary Lynch 
Nancy Hart 
Barbara Williams 
Linda Hutsel 
Patsy Warfield 



Joanna May 
Claudia Frazier 
Kay Hays 
Susie Hughes 
Julie Johnson 
Mary Beth Lamb 
Ann Maresh 




Zeta 



Virginia MacMillian 
Beverly Medford 
Charlene Miller 
Linda Olson 
Jenny Parish 
Judy Schaper 
Terry Schoenemann 
Bettie Scott 
Sarah Shepherd 



Barbara Sing 
Susan Stark 
Sharon St. Lawrence 
Carol Stauder 
Laneill Barnes 
Joan Bohmfalk 
Linda Drisklll 
Karen Hamme 
Linda Hendriclc 



Pat Hutchinson 
Kay Jackson 
Laurie Kraemer 
Diana Loveless 
Rebecca Mays 
Donna Milstead 
Cathy Osborne 
Pat Perry 
Kit Shoenfield 







Everyone ready for first pledge line. 



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Phi 

OFFICERS: 

PRESIDENT Bobbie Roper 

VICE-PRESIDENT Margaret Rogers 

SECRETARY Barbara Menking 

TREASURER Jeanne Bingham 

NATIONAL FOUNDING I 852 

LOCAL FOUNDING I908 





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Bobbie Roper 
Margaret Rodgers 
Barbara Menking 
Jeanne Bingham 
Betty Almond 




Troy Ann Israel 
Nancy Mathew 
Molly Miller 
Sheila Stev/art 
Mary Ann Zeiser 



Beth Albrecht 
Marilyn Brough 
Clarice Coffee 
Doris Deats 
Barbara Eck 
Janet Gibson 
Carol Graff 



Carol Ann Marsh 
Pat Pitts 
Ellen Risinger 
Jeanine Sandi'er 
Sandy Sanders 
Nancy Seerden 
Margaret Seefert 



Eleanor Shult 
Virginia Sims 
Sheila Thomas 
Susan Wingfield 
Maurine Brock 
Sue Gayle Mock 
Barbara Fowler 



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Santa Baby, please bring me. 



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PRESIDENT Joan Schelling 

VICE-PRESIDENT Ann Day 

RECORDING SECRETARY Linda Armour 

CORRESPONDING SECRETARY Judy Standley 

TREASURER Penny Lewis 

NATIONAL FOUNDING I8y8 

LOCAL FOUNDING " | 90 6 





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Joan Schelling 
Ann Day 
Linda Armour 
Judy Standley 
Penny Lewis 



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Gayle Ahlgreen 
Martha Burns 
Carolyn Canady 
Jane Guest 
Anne Harley 
Sharon Harris 
Janet Junker 




Margie Gross 
Kaki Harris 
Monette Jenkins 
Dottie Kidwell 
Karen Knox 
Kathy Krenek 
Carmen Matheny 



Terry Real 
Sandy Scholze 
Nancy Stephenson 
Linda J. Wilson 
Sunda Callan 
Carolyn King 



Tail 



Judie Montgomery 
Mildred Lawler 
Patricia Morrow 
Sandra Munson 
Barbara Nicholson 
Ann Stevenson 
Dorothy Stevens 
Susan Staples 
Sondra Sullivan 



Pat Swanzey 
Mary Ann Trappey 
Linda M. Wilson 
Linda Wooster 
Polly Bohmfalk 
Nonie Conklin 
Karen Cook 
Ann Gillespie 
Pat Green 




Get Busy Polly! Don't wait for the lightning! 



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Kappa 



Bob Loveless 
Tod Mixon 
John Montgomery 
Chris Penick 
Robert Peniclc 



Tom Hancock 
Jim Reid 
Arlan Ferguson 



Ed Bock 
Jim Croley 

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Dean Block 
Austin Bray 
Bill Conner 
Gary Dillon 



Larry Hill 
Tom Howe 
Glenn Lewis 



O.K. Arlan, you did it! 



Alpha 

President Tom Hancock 

Vice President J'"> Reid 

Recording Secretary Arlan Ferguson 

Corresponding Secretary Robert Portwood 

Treasurer Bill Leonard 



Robert Portwood 
Bill Leonard 



Jim Kennedy 
Jim Keys 
Jim Laienby 




Robert Richards 
Robert Sebastian 
Smith Ray 
Kenneth Wright 



Gary Greer 
Robert Haymes 
Jim Helpinstill 



Eddie Stinson 
Jim Smith 
Miles Womack 



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Kappa 



Grand Master David Wilson 

Grand Procurator Calvin Jochetz 

Grand Master of Ceremonies Bob Rorlc 

Grand Scribe John Roarlc 

Grand Treasurer Dick Lane 





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David Baugess 
Billy Cox 
Harry Guyton 
John Hensley 
Glenn Howard 
Wayne Jordan 
Eddie Knight 
Randy Lankford 
Bob Loclchart 



Don McClure 
Jim Moore 
Ronald Patterson 
Joe Patton 
John Sturdevant 
Johnny Spinks 
Don Todd 



Sigma 



Crandell Addington 
Jeff Allen 
John Birkner 
Steve Costley 
Phil Fielder 
Dick Frerking 
Mike Garrett 
Johnny Hollingsworth 
Shelley Howell 



Jerry Bob Jennings 
Jim Johnson 
Lewis Johnson 
Tommy Jordan 
Bill Kesler 
Wayne Laster 
Duncan McNitiky 
Skip Miller 
Grant Murrell 
Ronnie Ogden 



Tom Parker 
Lynn Patton 
Buck Redding 
John Schmidt 
Richard Schmitt 
Ronnie Van Amburgh 
Bill Watts 
Dick Woods 
Ben Aderholt 
Dennis Anderson 



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Phi 

President Del Moberg 

Reporter Merriman Morton 

Secretary Mike Harrel 

Treasurer Milton Jordan 

National Founding 1848 

Local Founding 1 886 




Yes, Standley. You're having your picture made 



Del Moberg 
Merriman Morton 
Mike Harrel 
Milton Jordan 
Dan Adamson 
Jim Bohmfalk 



Houston Briggs 
Jim Brown 
George Burris 
Sammy Coats 
George Dunkin 
Sandy Coon 
Dewey Ervin 
Jon Franks 




Delta 



Joe Royce 
John Sandidge 
Charlie Sumners 
Frank Smith 
John Wallace 
David Warner 
Miss Babe Dog, 



Guy Gross 
Dwight Haley 
Ronnie Hartfield 
Stanley Hauerwas 
Dickie Hillyer 
Bill Hite 
George Hite 
Dick Jenkins 
Tom McAferty 
Bob Murray 



Leslie Parrish 
Mike Roberts 
Kenny Robinson 
William Seale 
Joe Sheldon 
David Taylor 
Paul Tuxworth 
Eddie Vetter 
Andy Vogel 
Charles Bohmfalk 



Roger Brown 
Jim Butler 
Tom Dillon 
David Easley 
Ed Ellis 
Fred Kandler 
Ken Lipscomb 
Bill Little 
Gary Maddox 
Stan Mendenhall 



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President Buddy Dunn 

Vice-President Divid Lemons 

Corresponding Secretary Tim Fitzgerald 

Recording Secretary Joe Bashara 

Treasurer Billy Caskey 




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David Lemons 
Tim Fitzgerald 
Joe Bashara 
Steve Zwiclc 
Jim Wynn 



Pete Calhoun 
James Draeger 
Ed Franklin 

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Buddy Threadgill 
Joe Mundy 
G. H. Bailey 




Harry Harris 
Jesse Hibbetts 
Merritt Hitt 
Bubba Holubec 
Donald McDonald 
David Watts 
Bob Tindell 
Mervyn Stelter 
Bill McChendon 



Joe Mock 
Lloyd Huff 
R. J. Mott 
Steve Rahen 
Alan Shre 
Raymond Mayes 
Jon Kasperik 
Joe Johnson 
David Hares 



John Brockman 
Herby Boehme 
Eugene Domel 
Gerald Kurio 
James Guess 
Bubba Few 
Sam Birkner 
Joe Bauscher 



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These energetic six are the main link between the pirate 
teams and the student body. They have helped boost the 
school spirit that has been lacking in the past few years. Their 
publicity of all games and their numerous pep rallies were 
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Tom Dillon, New Braunsfield; Peggy McCallie, Silver; Bob Murray, Houston; Boogie Hanely, Eagle Lake; Mike Harrel, Dallas; 
Sharon St. Lawrence, Houston. 




TOP ROW, left to right: Buck Redding, Crandall Addington, Gerald Sylvester, Del Moberg. BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Dick Lane, 
Jim Brown, Dwight Haley, Henry Kitzman. 



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Dwight Haley-Sprints 

Henry Kitzman-Field Events 

GOLD MEDAL WINNERS 



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Coach Myron Dees 




Kitaman comes up with a two-pointer. 




Lewis breaks through for a score. 




Ernie does some fancy shooting for a bucket. 



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LEWIS JOHNSON-Senic 



DELBERT MOBERG-Senior 




MERRIMAN MORTON-Junior 



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JOE SEEBER-Sophomore 




HENRY KITZMAN-Senior 




JAMES ULLRICH-Senior 





BILL KOCH-Freshman 



ERNIE NIETO-Sophomore 



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Ernie aoes hiqh for a two-pointer. 






"Twink" scores a basket. 




John, the Pirates "Big" little man. 



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Pirate Baseball Team 




STANDING: Dwight Haley, Bruce Marsh, Bill Collins, Ernie Nieto, David Scarcella, Stan Mendenhall, Kirby Dupree, Coach 
Myron Dees. SITTING: Don Williams, Charles Summners, Joe Royce, Raymond Mayes, John Hensley, Billy McCauley, Dickie 
Stanley. KNEELING: co-captain David Tafoya, Jesse Hibbits, Del Moberg, Eddie Vetter. 



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Pirate Tennis Team 




David Watts, Sammy Coats, George Hite, Dicky Hillyer the tennis team is coached by R. M. Medley. 




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Raymond Mayes, Bruce Marsh, Buck Redding, Dick Freking, Billy Caskey. The golf team is coached by R. M. Medley. 



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Stan Mendenhall, Kenny Robinson, John Wallace. 2nd ROW: Charles Sumners. Charles 
Bohmfalk, Kenny Lipscomb, Eddie Vetter. 1st ROW: Mike Roberts, Del Moberg, Dwight 
Haley, Tom McAterty, Jon Franks, "Babe". 



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KNEELING: Glenn Wortham, Buddy Renick, Doug Fisk, Tommy McClung. 






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Look out! Here he comes again! 



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Watts. STANDING: Lewis Johnson, Ronnie Ogden, Buck Reddinq, Jeff Allen NOT 
PICTURED: John Roarlc. 




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Man, I need a football helmet! 



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The typical G and L Southwestern Woman 




Volleyball Champs — Tri-Delta 

Front — Shimer, Nichols, McCallie 

Back — Green, Pope, Bryson 





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Southwestern's answer to the Ballet Russe 




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Pattie Clare, Miss Southwestern for 1961, is an English major from Fort Worth. She has been President 
of Alpha Chi; a member of Cardinal Key, University Council, Senate, S.C.A.; Editor of the Sou'tvester. 
Pattie received the Outstanding Sophomore Woman Award. She has served as Senior Class Secretary-Treas- 
urer. She is a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority and has served as Registrar and Pledge Trainer. 



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WHO'S 




BUCK REDDING of Victoria 

Candidate for B.A. degree 
History and government major 
Blue Key 

Kappa Sigma, President 
Men's Panhellenic, President 
Student Senate, representative 
Pre-Law Society, Vice-President 
Ruter Dormitory Council, President 
A Capella Choir 
Future plans: Law 




BUDDY RENICK of Killeen 

Candidate for B.A. degree 

Philosophy Major 

Alpha Chi Treasurer 

Blue Key 

Youth Director — part time work in Belton 

Independent Association 

SCA— President 

Kappa Chi — President 

Fresh man Class — Veep 

Sophomore class — President 

Holor council 

German Club 

Varsity Basketball — 2 years 

Plans: Ministry or teaching 



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MARY JEAN FINCHER of Lufkin 

Candidate for B.A. degree — Religion Major 

Alpha Chi 

Cardinal Key — Vice-President 

Methodist Student Movement 

Negro Fine Arts School Teacher 

Southwestern Magazine — typist, associate editor 

SCA — treasurer, morning watch chairman 

University council 

Honor council — soph, and Jr. representative, sec. 

Danforth Society 

Assembly committee 

Senate Library Committee 

Texas Conference OY Council Member 

Plans: College teaching 










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PATTIE CLAIR of Ft. Worth 

Candidate for B.A. degree, English major 

Alpha Chi — President 

Cardinal Key — Outstanding sophomore woman 

SCA — girls' contact 

MSM 

Alpha Delta Pi — registrar, pledge trainer 

Student senate — International affairs commission Chrm. 

Carnival co-chrm. 

Sou'wester— editor 2 years 

University council 

Represented S. U. at the Student Conference of National Affairs 

Distinction List — 5 semesters 

Committee for selection of Best Teacher award 

Week-end at college revision committee 

Senior class — Vice President 

Plans: teach in high school 




NEIL ABELES of Paris 

Candidate for B.A. — Philosophy major 

Distinction List 

Woodrow "Wilson and Danforth Fellowship Nominee 

Student Ass't to University Chaplain 

MSM, vice president, president at St. John's 

Kappa Chi — vesper Chairman 

SCA — campus service chairman 

Independent Association — song leader 

German Club 

International Club — treasurer 

Letterman's Association- — secretary 

4 vear Letterman in Tennis 

Vice President of the Student body 

Chairman of the Honor Council 

Religious Life Council and University Council 

A capella Choir 

Mood Hall council — treasurer 

Plans: to enter ministry or college teaching 





JOHN SCHMIDT of Three Rivers 

Candidate of Bachelor of Music Degree 

Music Education Major 

Alpha Chi — Vice President 

Blue Key — secretary-treasurer 

University Distinction List 

SCA 

MSM 

Church Organist 

Kappa Sigma — song leader, grand scribe 

University band 

Sinfonietta 

A Capella Choir 

Madrigal Group 

Student organ guild, veep. hist., pres. 

Student Senate 

Freshman Orientation Leader 

University Organist 

Plans: College teacher and Rel. Music (Church Musician) 



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MARY LOUISE MEYERS of Tyler 

Candidate for B.A. degree, Religion Major 

Pi Delta Epsilon — historian 

Cardinal Key — secretary 

MSM — publicity chairman 

SCA — pub. chrm, soc. chrm., Treasurer 

Kappa Chi — vice president 

Negro Fine Arts School co-ordinator 

Independent assc. — program chrm. sec.-treas. 

Mask & Wig — member of lighting, make-up & house crews 

International club 

Honor Council — Sr. class Representative 

Women's advisory council 

Dormitory counselor 

Sou'wester staff — class ed. 3 yrs. 

Texas State MSM — secretary 

Texas Conf. Meth. OY council member 

Plans: Dir. of C. E. or Youth Dir. 
BARBARA ECK of LaGrange 

Pi Gamma Mu — Sec.-treas. 

Alpha Chi 

Pi Delta Epsilon — treas. 

Cardinal Key 

Distinction List 

MSM 

Church choir 

Methodist Youth Caravan 

SCA Council 

Phi Mu — treas. Vice pres., pres. 

University band 

Sou'wester — organizations ed. 

personalities ed. 
Kappa Phi — chaplain, 1st VP, Pres. 
Women's Recreation Assn. 
Interfraternity Council 
Freshman Dorm Counselor 
Plans: Teach or council in high school 

ROSEMARY WENDT of Vernon 

Candidate for B.A., Drama Major 

Cardinal Key 

Pi Delta Epsilon 

University Council — 2 yrs. 

Pi Epsilon Delta 

Mask and Wig Players — Sec.-Treas. 

"Magazine" Ed. — 2 yrs. 

Megaphone staff — Fine Arts Ed. 

Assembly Committee 

Goosetree — Morgan Award 

Acting award — 3 yrs. 

Plans: Enter the teaching profession 

MARION RAY FRERKING of Lake Jackson 

Candidate for Degree of Bachelor of Music 

Music Ed. Major 

University Distinction List 

SCA 

Kappa Sigma Frat — guard 

University concert band, orchestra and 

Jazz band leader 
Pre-law Society 

Texas Music Educators Association 
Plans. Teaching 








DANNY BAKER of Harlingen 



MILDRED LAWLER of Mercedes 



Candidate for degree of Bachelor of Arts 

English Major 

Blue Key 

Freshman class president 

A Capella Choir 

University council 

German Club — pres. 

Kappa Chi — Pres. 

Student Senate — 2nd vice pres., Pres. 

Plans: Math, Ministry 




MARY ROBINETTE of Odessa 



Candidate for B.A. degree 

English major 

MSM 

SCA 

Zeta Tau Alpha — ritual chairman, corresponding 

sec, Pres. 
German Club 

Women's advisory — social chrm. 
All School Beauty 



Candidate for B.A. degree 

English Major 

Cardinal Key — pres. 

Pi Gamma Mu — vice-pres. 

University Distinction List 

SCA 

MSM 

Alpha Delta Pi — pledge class pres. vice pres. 

pres., jr. exec. rep. 
Student senate — soph, and jr. rep. — sec. 
Women's advisory council — treas. 
NEA vice pres. 
University Council 
A Cappella Choir 

Interfraternity council — education affairs chrm. 
National Thespian Society 
Mask and Wig Players 
Megaphone reporter 

Texas Intercollegiate Students Association — sec 
Student secretary to Dr. G. C. Hester 
Plans: social caseworker or teacher in Sr. High 



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The honor code says all chairs must be 10 feet apart. 




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Registration - 
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At long last! A ship! 



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